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Science Daily: Researchers found that the sleep quality of children who share a bed with their pets is indistinguishable from those who sleep alone.
A new study published in the journal Sleep Health tells a different story. Researchers at Concordia’s Pediatric Public Health Psychology Lab (PPHP) found that the surprising number of children who share a bed with their pets is indistinguishable from those who sleep alone.
“Sleeping with your pet doesn’t seem to be bothersome,” says the paper’s lead author, PhD student Hillary Rowe. “In fact, children who slept frequently with their pets advocated better quality sleep.”
Rowe co-authored the paper with fellow PPHP researchers Denise Jarrin, Neressa Noel, Joanne Ramil and Jennifer McGrath, professor of psychology and director of the laboratory.
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